SEATTLE — Eric Wedge scoffed at another year.
Jack Zduriencik thrashed a good relationship for one more year.
When the absurdity ends, or rather the latest volume of the Mariners’ ongoing tomfoolery ends, you will be left to consider what two men — who once finished each other’s sentences and sold their rebuilding plan with admirable firmness — were willing to do to keep unstable jobs.
It’s the tale of the Dignified Exit vs. the Inelegant Stay.
Wedge, who is…